Salisbury University – Teacher Education & Technology Complex

Ayers Saint Gross Architects


  • Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
  • Department of Information Technology
  • Integrated Media Center
  • Teaching Learning Network

Salisbury, Maryland

Construction Cost:

Gross Square Footage:
165,000 gross square feet

LEED Certification:


The scope of this project includes a $4 million dollar design to budget for educational technology systems to include: broadcast television production and recording, digital/analog audio recording, videoconferencing, audiovisual presentation and recording, and complete telecommunications cabling plant design with associated infrastructure. The types of spaces to receive audiovisual presentation systems include: television broadcast studios, multi-track audio recording studio, video demonstration studio, audio and video non-linear editing bays, multi-media art exhibit space, observation rooms, computer laboratories, small classrooms (30-seat, 44-seat), large classrooms (60-seat, 80-seat), lecture halls (120-seat), conference rooms, and collaborative group study type spaces. Scope of design work includes the complete specifications and project management for all audiovisual systems and telecommunications cabling systems, as well as, acoustics, noise and vibration control design for all acoustically sensitive spaces. Project challenges include the development and implementation of strict acoustical criteria for room layouts, shaping, and finishes, HVAC equipment noise levels, and proper sound isolation for the production spaces located on the third floor of the building. Project opportunities include the design of an integrated suite of media intensive spaces that support the educational objectives, the technical production requirements of the media arts program, and the entire university campus. Effective program verification and schematic design development with faculty and administration helped in presenting appropriate systemic cost models early in the design process. This project has been successfully complete since August 2008.

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